Who Killed Albus Dumbledore?: What Really Happened in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince? Six Expert Harry Potter Detectives Examine the Evidenc

Six fan theorists attempt to unravel the clues of THE HALF BLOOD PRINCE Joyce Odell of Red Hen Productions, Daniella Teo of Mugglenet, Sally M Gallo of The Leaky Cauldron, Wendy B Harte and the mysterious Swythyv along with editor, John Granger author of Hidden Key to Harry Potter, etc provide Harry Potter readers with exciting and insightful ideas of what happeSix fan theorists attempt to unravel the clues of THE HALF BLOOD PRINCE Joyce Odell of Red Hen Productions, Daniella Teo of Mugglenet, Sally M Gallo of The Leaky Cauldron, Wendy B Harte and the mysterious Swythyv along with editor, John Granger author of Hidden Key to Harry Potter, etc provide Harry Potter readers with exciting and insightful ideas of what happened and what will happen based on their close reading of the texts ideas that will challenge and engage readers everywhere Travis Prinzi, creator of THE SWORD OF GRIFFYNDOR website, writes that these essays will stand as a monument to the kind of guesswork we were all involved in as we awaited the final Harry Potter book.
Who Killed Albus Dumbledore What Really Happened in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince Six Expert Harry Potter Detectives Examine the Evidenc Six fan theorists attempt to unravel the clues of THE HALF BLOOD PRINCE Joyce Odell of Red Hen Productions Daniella Teo of Mugglenet Sally M Gallo of The Leaky Cauldron Wendy B Harte and the myster

  • Title: Who Killed Albus Dumbledore?: What Really Happened in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince? Six Expert Harry Potter Detectives Examine the Evidenc
  • Author: John Granger Odel Joyce Wendy B. Harte
  • ISBN: 9780972322119
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Who Killed Albus Dumbledore?: What Really Happened in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince? Six Expert Harry Potter Detectives Examine the Evidenc”

    1. I have enjoyed this collection of essays regarding six "experts'" opinions of what really transpired in the penultimate Harry Potter book, The Half-Blood Prince. I think that it is not quite as compelling after reading Unlocking Harry Potter, simply because a lot of the theories/predictions I have already heard, and I really prefer to examine Rowling's own underlying writing structures and formulaic references, rather than a bunch of seemingly implausible theories. Yet, I have learned a few inte [...]

    2. I thoroughly enjoyed this collection of essays. The ideas and conjectures of the authors were imaginative and made me rethink (and often grab one of the Harry Potter books off my bookshelf to re-read) passages in Rowling's earlier works. The book enlightens to the fact that the structure of Rowling's series goes much deeper than the page, delving into genres of literature and styles of writing. The only downside might be that the book points out how much MORE she could have done

    3. I'm sure I would have thought these theories were pretty clever if I would have read this before Deathly Hallows came out, but I didn't. I bought/read this after I read Deathly Hallows. I don't really know why I did. Well, I saw it in a clearance bin for about $2 and it was Harry Potter related, so that's probably why. Some of the theories I thought were ridiculous, but like I said, I had already read Deathly Hallows.

    4. This was given to me sometime before the release of the seventh book, and well yeah. Not really ever planning to read this one.

    5. To give context, this book was written during that space in time when book six, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" had been written and book seven, then untitled, was still to be published. Therefore, this book is a published work of speculation, based on the author's & editor's analysis of the facts as they had them then. It's a fascinating thing, further along in time, to be able to read their theories and either go "Yes, on the right track" or "Nope, completely off base". This would [...]

    6. If you have problem falling asleep this is the book to read. After falling asleep on it five times in a row, I gave up on it. DNFThe date I'm finished with this book 2015/06/27

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